I don't believe that you have truly assimilated into this culture, my friend. The very hallmark of anonymity, the calling card, if you will, is primarily signified by the consistent use of the "Anonymous" moniker. You are free to post whatever is upon your mind, from the loftiest aspirations of the human being, to the basest and most depraved desires that you harbour. Those who chose to disregard this appelation may find themselves at odds with those who wish to indulge in a discourse in which all parties are unknown to each other, who may hope that once the shackles of nomenclature are removed, a greater truth may be expressed.
It is true that a certain phraseology has emerged within the so-called "Anonymous" subculture which can, on occasion seem brash and impenetrable to a reader not versed in the lore, and it could also be said that there is something of a tendency toward repetitiousness within the generally available prose of said community, but I would hazard that it is erroneous to assume that all who indulge themselves in such banter are unable to express themselves in a more mainstream or accessible vernacular, should they find themselves wont so to do.
Having said this, I will concede that the article, to which this comment page pertains, was quite the ripping yarn, and I derived a great deal of satisfaction and enjoyment from the scenarios described therewith. I surprise my very self in commending the author for this welcome diversion from his more general materials. I would also contend that if the author continues to produce work of this caliber, I may have to undertake a reevalution of his oeuvre, and I may allot a greater consideration to the ideas which he wishes to explore. The author is, of course, free to take as much stock as he sees fit in these meager few notes I have placed here in response.